Event description

The Atlantic Council GeoTech Center invites you to join colleagues for a private roundtable on the Future of Health Surveillance. This event will bring Federal leaders together from across the government to discuss the opportunities and challenges for collecting and using population-level data to advance public health, including identifying and containing disease outbreaks, maintaining food safety, and understanding behavioral and sociodemographic health risk factors.

At this roundtable you will learn from federal technology leaders about:

  • advances in digital strategies, information technologies, data analytics, and applications that can enable rapid, useful, and robust insights from population-level data;
  • how agencies can use real-world data to enhance public health, including through artificial intelligence, machine learning, and intelligent automation; and
  • the importance of data infrastructure and interoperability for health surveillance.


Dylan George
Director of Operations, Center for Epidemic Forecasting and Outbreak Analysis
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Ishwar Chandmouliswaran
Lead, FAIR Data and Resources
National Institutes of Health

Denise Eblen
Assistant Administrator (SES), Office of Public Health Science
Food Safety and Inspection Service, United States Department of Agriculture

Kenyon Crowley
Managing Director, Health Analytics
Accenture Federal Services

Moderated by

Lloyd Whitman
Senior Director, GeoTech Center
Atlantic Council